In the previous release of hub pages, there was a print feature where one could print the hub page they were viewing. I thought it was very well thought out. It had options for printing the page with graphic or without graphics and different settings for font sizes. I used it mainly for printing recipes and hubs that had procedures to be followed. This may work well with the new recipe capsule.
Hubs can still be printed. If you use the Print option from your browser (File > Print), we have a special style sheet embedded in the page that is for the print version so the Hub prints without ads, etc. Same as the old Print button did.
Because the web browsers can read our print style sheet, there was no need to keep a Print button on the Hub.
MickiS: Thank you so much for your quick reply. I meant ads instead of graphics. I'm using Internet Explorer 7. It doesn't have a file print menu, but it does have a printer icon. I tried it and it works fine. Since I didn't see the print feature, I didn't think to try printing from my browser. Usually that will print everything that is on the browser page. I wonder how many other hubbers are not aware of this. Thanks again.
by Sinea Pies 6 years ago
One of my commentors asked me how to print the recipe. She's right! We need an easy way that readers can do that!
by Robert 6 years ago
It would be nice if we had more creative options available to us. Meaning the formatting of the templates we are given. They only allow us to move the images to one side or spread it across the screen. Why not incorporate the ability of a Microsoft word with all its many tools?
by Chrissy Candace 2 years ago
Please add a print page capsule feature for printing recipes or other DIY instructions to make it easier for the user to print just the ingredients and directions or DIY instructions for the hub they are viewing. Almost all recipe sites have this feature. Maybe users would be more...
by Tamarajo 5 years ago
Where is the print button on the newly formatted pages?I can't seem to find the print option which used to convert the article into a printable version.
by Brandon Lobo 6 months ago
I thought that the questions would be adding to the hub, thereby making the hub rank better for certain terms. However, that's not the case from what I see. The questions show on the page but not the answers, so the content of the answer is not really on the page, therefore it does not add to the...
by Helen Murphy Howell 7 years ago
If you could add one feature to Hub Pages what would it be and why?I love Hub Pages the way it is. But if I could add one feature it might be the ability to have more word processing tools. I like to muck around with text, fonts, tables and so on. Especially if I feel that it adds something to the...
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